[guestpost]This is a guest post by Leo Widrich. He is the Co-founder of BufferApp, a Twitter app I use daily and can’t live without. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter.[/guestpost] Wow, the new year has really come around fast this time, hasn’t it? One of the things that I find most […]
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What programs do you automatically run when you startup your computer? In this post, I share my favorites—eighteen in all.
Evernote is so deep and feature-rich that new users hardly know where to start. It can be intimidating. Here are ten simple tools for getting your stuff into Evernote.
SoChurch is a full-featured church communication control center, minus the training, systems and contracts you loathe. It officially launches on January 14, 2011.
It also says you can highlight text, but I couldn’t figure out how. If Amazon.com is going to compete with Apple, they are going to have to do better than this.
This avoids having to keep a bunch of tabs open in your browser, hoping to come back to them later. I have been wanting something like this for a long time!
This enables me to shoot a music stream from my computer to the speakers in whatever rooms I choose. … For example, if you are watching a video in YouTube or want to listen to Pandora.com , you have to directly connect to an external speaker.
If you use TweetDeck on your Mac or Windows machine to manage your Twitter account, and you have an iPhone, you will love this little application. … It will even sync groups between your desktop and your iPhone, provided that you sign up for a free online account.
Instead, it focuses on the tasks that writers need and takes them to the next level. … You can eliminate all the distractions of other programs and windows and focus on the single document you are working right now.
This clever little program covers all of your open windows and desktop with a blank, colored backdrop. … That application stays above the backdrop and creates a distraction-free environment for you to get some actual work done.
In my view it is much better than Adobe Reader and easier to use. You can highlight text, add and edit notes, create bookmarks, and read your documents in full-screen mode.
If you have a Web site or a blog, you will inevitably have to upload pictures, text files, or scripts. You will need a FTP (file transfer protocol) program to do so.